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"It's nice that they brought it back to life," Rathbun said. As there were no actual Civil War battles that took place in Troy, the reenactment soldiers perform a skirmish demonstrating how the armies would have fought back then.
"The officers get together and decide how it's going to play out," said fellow 55th Infantry member Paul Russo of Troy. "They do that for safety reasons, but also to make sure they put on a show." Russo said that the skirmish lasts about 25 to 30 minutes, and includes cannon blasts and gunshots using gun powder. No projectiles or bullets are used, but reenactment soldiers still have to stay 40 yards away from the blasts.
Russo said the 55th Infantry participates in from eight to 20 reenactments a year. He said that some will choose Under Armour The Rock Shoes
Maria Hull, who organizes the event with her husband Doug, said that the annual reenactment ran from 1996 to 2006, and then took a break before returning this year with the help of the Free Masons.
Reenactment group returns to Troy with blast
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TROY The 77th New York State Volunteer Infantry reenactment group made its return to Troy this weekend with a blast. The infantry, along with other units from the Northeast Military District Alliance, fired cannons and shot muskets as part of a Civil War reenactment at the Troy Masonic Community Center that continues today.
past. Hull said the Alliance has adopted a platoon of Army soldiers in Afghanistan. The reenactments help them raise money and collect items for troops overseas.
Confederate Army, has been involved with reenactments for the past 15 years and was glad that the Troy reenactment was started up again.
"The Masons have said they wanted to support us, so there very well may be another event next year," said Hull, who started the Northeast Military District Alliance to prevent scheduling conflicts between the different infantry units in the area. Hull said that this reenactment includes other regiments from the area, including the 2nd Infantry based in Troy and the 125th Infantry from Rochester.
Soldiers from the Confederate and Union armies set up Civil War era camps outside the Community Center as children wearing period clothing played with toy swords and guns and the 77th Balladeers sang 19th century folk songs. Some set up tents displaying weapons from the time, while others had artifacts or photos and told stories of Civil War battles. There was also a Sutlery, which during the Civil War would sell goods to soldiers, but now sells clothing, toys and souvenirs for reenactment and history enthusiasts.
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